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HONOLULU CXAH-EULLEXIN 2I0NDAT, DECEMBER 3U191?
(Visitors who fcav not been
euolsel muit . N 13;
Tempi by eeven-firuen.) .
V Lodge . Le Progrcs No. n.
. Stated, 7:20 p. m.
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Leahfc Chapter No. 2. O. E. S.
, . Special installation or officer.
7:20 p. m. "J S .
' Schofleld Lodf No. 442, F, &
apedal meeting, at 7: SO "
p. m. o'clock. Work in'third
Odd Fellows Hall
; monday s-7;i";v ."" -
Harmony Lodge No. r Reg
- ular meeting at 7:30 p. nu .c
TUESDAY 2 ! .
; .Excelsior, Lodge No. 1. , Reg
ular meeting at 7:20 p. m. 1 ;
: WSDNE3DAYT'V: '
Ollre Branch .Bebekah Lodge ,
: No. 2. ; Installation drill, at
! ; 7:20 p. m.- '.
THURSDAY" .'A -
Olive Branch Rebekah Lodge
No. 2.- Regular meeting at
, 7:20 p. ra. Installation of offi-
cers. Refreshments . on the
roof; garden.: : ;
FRIDAY ' 1 V -v;
' Polynesia Encampment No.
; Regular meeting at 7:80 p. m.
InsUllaUon ot, offlcera. , Re-' -fre&hmenta.
HONOLULU LODGE NO. i,'.
MODERN l ORDER, OF PHOENIX
Will meet at their home, corner of
Heretanla and Fort ttreeta.- -etery
Thursday evening. It 7; 20 urclock. .
J. W.'LSCIL' Leader., ; ; v'
" FRANK MURRAY. Secretary. ;
HONOLULU LODGE 618, trrFTOTE.
meets in thely-haa
... . .-
Fort,1 every Frtdiy
evening. ; .Visitlag
dlally Invited to at
tend. v ' r ;;
JAS. ' 1U FIDDES. E. R. j-
1L DUNSHEE. Sec, y- .
1 HERMANNS SOEHNE-
, ' Honolulu Xodje No. 1 - t
Versanmlungen ia IC of, P. Hall
Jadcn ereten and dritten UonUg:
Decbr. 3 tind 17. Janry. 7 und 2L
retry. 4 und 18. Mara. 4 und 18.
Ccneral Versammlung Marx. 18. 4
EMIL KLEMME, Praea. ,
C BOLTE Sekr.
MYSTIC LODGE No. 2, K. of P. !
Ilceta in Pytalan IlalL corner Fort
izi Eeretania' streets, every Friday
evening at 7:20' o'clock. Visiting
trcilieni cordially invited. :.?',
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MOOSE HEADQUARTERS -
I'tfoc? Elds, 184 ilerchanL Open
ia-JIy frc S A. M. to S P. U. Phone
All VisHlng Brothers Invited
TH E J. S. WINRICK CO. ;
Paper Hanslng and Decorating . '
;f Ctangenwatij Clij. .Phone 3134
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. DEVELOPING .
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ADDITIONAL TELEGRAi?H NE7S
FINNS ASK RECOGNITION '
AS INDEPENDENT STATE
COPENHAGEN. Denmark. Dec 30.
Announcing that they haVo succeed
ed in establishing the republic of Fin
land and hive organized a settled gov
ernment for their country within . its
old boundaries, the Finns are now call
Ing upon the governments of the En
tente allies to recognize Finnish inde
pendence. From Helsingfors. whfch has been
reestablished as th capital of - free
Finland, the provisional government
is now despatching o delegation w
leading Finns to the capitals of the
Scandinavian countries and to London.
Paris and Washington to ask for the
recognition 'of their new government.
The national aspirations of Finland
have already been ' informally ap
proved of by the-Scandinavians, th
Dress of Sweden. Norway an a Den
mark uniting In indorsement of the
Finnish plea for recognition and
urging that such recognition be given
at the earliest possible date by their
Yesterday, in addressing a delega
tion of Finnish publicists, who were
received br him in Stockholm. King
Gustav of Swedeu expressed his sym
pathy with them and their desire for
a renewed"atlonii autonomy, hh
speech has been enthusiastically in
dorsed by the Swedes. ;
ALIEN ENEMIES GO UNDER
' WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 31.-
Furtner drastic stepn to curb the ma
chinations of alien enemies against
this country, following along the-lines
of those ordered by the President for
the protection of the waterfronts of
the ports and the great commerce of
the nation, will soon be put into opera
Unnaturalized. Germans within the
United States are to be again register
ed during the week beginning Febru
ary ,4. Postmasters and theipollce for
ces of the various cities are to handle
this registration, It was announced
yesterday.. Not : only are these alien
enemies to be registered but, their
thumb prints and photographs are to
be taken In , nil ' instances and filed
with the .other data that Is secured
during the registration proceedings.
: : Cannot Chanje Abodes 4 .
All such alien enemies, once they
are thus registered, will be furnished
with registration identification cards
and these they will be ; required to
hare with them at all times and pre
sent whenever they, may e demanded.
They may not change their, places of
residence without first securing, the
approval and permission of the poet
master and" the police department
where they are registered.
These orders supplement on Novem
ber 24 for the protection of the water
Ironts and seaports but they affect all
cities and towns and tho surrounding
BRITISH AIR MEN BOMB
riUN-AIRDOM to. NEAR LILLEJ
NEW YORK. N. Dec 30. Gen
eral Halg. In his official teport , re
ceived- n London last " evening: said
that there was great activity on - the
part of .the enemyg artillery, especi
ally In . the vicinity of Herglcourt to
the southwest of Lens : There have
been heavy snow tails along the west
ern front in nearly all sectors; v
- " Alr Battle. Fought' t :
Activity of the air-' forcea- indicate
that the sky has cleared, foxCeneral
Halg . reported : that . British ' aviators
had bombed the airdromes of the en
emy north of Lille with good success.
Several of the enemy's aircraft were
downed and three of the 'British ma
chines had failed to return. ;v
PAYMENT OF WATER RATES.
In accordance with " Ordinance No.
65 as amended by Ordinances Nos. 91
and 102 of the City and County of
Honolulu, all persons holding, flat rate
water privileges are hereby notified
that the waer rates for the t period
ending: June 30, 1918. are due and pay
able on the FIRST day of JANUARY,
1918. :. - s ' '..- :
Upon failure - to pay - such water
rates within THIRTY days thereafter
an additional charge of Ten Per Cent
will 'be., adde H': -;'
All privileges upon which rates re
main unpaid after February , 1, 1318.
win be shutx)ff t-rthwith.
, Rates are payable at the office of
the Honolulu Water Workv KapiolanJ
Building, Hir "lulu, HawaiL ; ; ;
v ! F. G. KIRCHHOFP,
- nenrral Manaser Ilonoiuln Water
; ; 6971 Dec. ,18. 20. 22, 24. 26. 28. .3L.
- BY AUTHORITY. u ;f :,
. v. " ' 1 v.. 4i -.
Sealed tenders will be xeceived at
the office of - the City and County
Clerk of the Xity and County of ; Ho
nolulu. Room 8. Mclntyre Building,, up
to 12 o'clock noon and -opened on, the
tx day of January, 1918, for all makes
and sizes of automobile pneumatic
tires and solid rubber tires and their
guarantee, as maybe required by said
City; and County, In ts Various de
partments, tor the elx -months period
beginning with the 1st day of January,
1918. ? All tenders must be v securely
sealed .. and jnarked. rBida for .Auto
Tirea ? - - k--. ., ii ':
The Board of Snperrlsora : reserves
the right to reject any or all bids. In
whole or part. :
U .':: D. KALAUOKALANl, ..C:
vr " City and County Clerk ,
69H Dec 26. 27. 28, 29, 31, Jan. 2,
MADERA GOLD MINING CO, LTD.
NoUce I hereby given ; that the j
stock books of this company vlTJ be'
closed to transfers .-Tiniry
to 21st January, 1918 both date in
clusiye. 1 on account of special stock
holders meeting to be held on latter
date,; , -"v.; - - - ,-:-.;vr .v
; J- HARRIS MACKENZIE, : ;
. - : ' ' v Secretary..1
, Honolulu. Dec. 28, -1317.. ; . r
3.Deft. 28. 29, 3L
RUSHED BY FJ'ADOO
AuiU4 rrm ft 0. ft. SJatal WUtttm.)
WASHINGTON. D. C Dee. IL
Director General HcAdoo of the Unit
ed 8tates Railroad Service is going
ahead without delay to the reHering
of the congested traffic. Yesterday
he issued orders that dealt especially
with the two great railroad centers of
the country, Chicago and New York,
special instructions dealt solely with
the clearing of the congestion at .those
points and the eblpplng out with rap
idity or cars as tney are unloaded.
Assistant Directors Named '
Walker Hines. a New York railroad
lawyer, was yesterday named by Mc-
Adoo as assistant director general of
the railroads. It was announced that
this appointment was a'- temporary
one. Another announcement of lm
portance was that A. H. Smith, presi
dent of the New York Central Rail
road, had been named a a special
temporary assistant to the director
generaL . ,t.
The director general announced that
he was prepared to facilitate the move
ments of coal to all districts which
are suffering , from the Intense . cold
wave that now holds a great portion
of the country Jn Its grip which is one
of the most serious problems that
confronts him as suffering Is reported
as intense In many districts.
FUEL SHORTAGE CAUSES
WASHINGTON D. C.i-Dec. 31. Ex
treme cold prevailed throughout nhe
central and eastern port!0ns of .the
United States yesterday and j In some
sections of the country newr low ree
ords were established. : Owing to. the
coal shortage the suffering is intense,
and deaths from the. cold are : being
reported rrpm several middle, western
and eastern . cities; r- -: ' .
In New York yesterday; the" mercury
sank to thirteen degrees below; kero,
which , Is six degrees iower than the
lowest previously recorded, in i the his-
lory or tne . weamer bureau. -'-s , : - ;V
; New York reported Intense' suffer
ing because of the short supply of coal
ana xnree death from" freexinr. Build
Ings are often unheated.. and. the city
never in its history experienced great
er ciscomrort. from ,atcold wave. .
' in Philadelphia and vjclnlty .' the
mercury, ranged - from : four; to : twenty
degrees . ceiow xero, ' and . there r also
was great - discomfort audi suffering
ny reason ot tne coal shortage. ;
: L. A. Snead. head of the fnet admin.
Istratlon'a distributive" agency ?foreeaa(
that this coal: shortage, and the- cold
wave that has come upon the' country
at thia time will mean7 the taking over
oy we, government. of the coal, mines
and the conscrlpMon -of labor to work
tne mines. ;; ' , .- ,i , ' . .
U. S. HAS ADVANCED" - I
- FOUR BLLI0N;TO ALLIES
WASHINGTON. D; "Dec 6.
ureuna , wua. iar; advanced; . tot -the ai-
uea.were announced yesterd?ylhy 'm
treasury' ' departm ent tb; ? Jamoual Lip
more than - four-bfnios : ofVdollar. .
this announcement followed the Is
suance or additional ' credits which
were; also. toldVH ..;
Inthe; announcement :wat advance
authorised. It was Bald-that Craab RrV
m nare an'addiuonar l85,000,i
wuw, rrtnee ,ii5,ooo,WW,r- Belgiom T
600,000 and RpaMnU-liQit: s
ARMY DEATH SENTENCES!
..SUBJECT TO REVIEW
WASHINOTOND.- fii Ifw - sn -1
Eiecuuon of death sentences Imposed
by; court martlals Tipon apldiera; until
the proceedings ,;of such i court : mar.
iwa aoaii vj naye oeen - retiawad t
Washington.' la' prohibited L under' 'a
oers issued by President '.Wilson yet-
icruay. ana ; y s tn warrepartment
promulgated to the -yarlou depart
ment -commanaers.-The exceDtfmi tn
these orders. !" m fthe ef pedltlonary
force "under the command, of General
rersning.; -t ;; v if
NORTHERN PACIFIC; RJ Rji-
r; 6RANTS WAGE INCREASE
?ST PAUWnDo sV-TiW
per cent advance ' fn waie . to 15,000
employes: of the.' Northern Pacific
Railroad company1 hfs been 'granted
t was announced yesterday. ThnW
wage la to be effectiTA thmn t
the yean v -h
Among,- those r affected ' by i the ne
wage caie are" 5500 clerk and 600 ex
press company, employes: 1 -V : : ;f -
GERMANY SENDS BRITISH
Reuters despatch received , last' nlrhi
from Zurich aays.that VpartVol Brit
Ish iwar.; prisoner consisting ,of 74
officer and 554 men had arrived there
rrom uermany and -t wlU ; be . toterhed
in the Hotel Deux'. v . - " -, .-..--..
.mong the74i officer Ja' Inclnde'd
Brlg.-Gi. Victor Wlllla of h Can
dlan expeditionary force, -f 'v ; -
The men are said to be In fairly good
health. , : . - '. 'C- ; :
TROOPERS AND RANGERS v
ULEAN UP BANDIT-BAND
Mexican were killed yesterdyln an
encounter t San, Jo$e. tMexlcoAibe
tween : United SUtes . regular troops.
Texas rangers, and Mexican' bandit.
H None of the Americana went injured:
MARCONI NAMED SPECIAL
" 1 w3 .
ROME Italy: DecV 31Signor H
conrwas yesterday? named a apedal
commissioner from Italy to the Unftfd
states. ; v - t ':. : -:-r.4 ,
... - - "-
1 Tun grtty Em mnnmi fc
'HMteV rC waadia Casern,
TO OUILD UP
SAN FRANCISCO. "Makers of
That is what the workers in the war
camp . ' community recreation fund
have set out to become. A $50,000
campaign for the fund is under way
"A million soldiers can retreat with
out a fight if they lack the fighting
Spirit," a recent bulletin issued by
the fund workers stated.
Another bulletin aald. "Let the boys
return with no scars other than the
The. irinelpal effort of the fund is
t shew that the country as a whole
is rppreciatire o. the fighter's sacri
fices. - The workers take the stand
that a soldier who Is left "sulking in
bis tent" becauu of "nowhere to go
and nothing to da" v ill not "go over
the top with the same xest aa the
man cho has teen jroperly taken care
of at home. - .
: The Idea is to make the morale of
the American fighting man bomb
proof, gas-proof, fireproof and bullet
proof. The fund workers figure that
plenty of "clean recreation will take
care of this morale.
" It la hoped to have the plan work
lng so well In the near future that a
scldler off duty may step Into a dance
ir a football game, watch a "morie,
or take a 'spin about the nearest town
In.' an -automobile. Instead of being
forced to do "bunk fatigue," with no
one apparently seeming to care what
The -movement 1. intended to take
the . place of commercialized amuse
ments that some times weaken the
fighting man in every way. On this
account it r i : being; strongly backed
by President Wilson and all of the
other force of the administration.
Each person is asked to-give S3 or
lnprei . It. i ; figured that thl first
amount will keep an enlisted man en
tertalned: for some time under the
.-"Appreciate the fighters and they
win appreciate us," is the theory the
fund .workers - constantly -employ.
BRITISH WIN AGAIN
v IN PALESTINE FIGHT
T (AMMtiM frMi ly O. t. Navsl WlralMt.)
LpNDON; Eng., Dec. 30. Another
decisive victory has been won by the
British, forces In "the Holy Land
against; the 'Turka and their German
leader,, making-more certain the hold
General 'Allehby . ha upon Jerusalem,
Thl British victory was scored early
in tne weex. out tne uetaus nave only
just -been made 'public by the war of
1 The new advance was made by the
Welsh and. Home county , troops, who
have been Occupying T positions north
of Jeruaaltm. '
Tne- new blow by General Allenby
ws struck against this new Turklsb
line along a' front of 13 mile, fn the
general direction' of Jerico, . with the
British 'right' tfing- advancing toward
the Dead Sea. v u. "'- :
Atter lntense -artillery preparation
the infantry advanced and "drove the
denioralized Turks back. alohg the en
tire.' l3- milefrent;-v capturing : their
defense.; system to a vdepth of two
pllles and consolidating' it for counter
attacks which were never delivered.
IThe, new 'position give, the British
command of -all, the -.high ground for
four miles north and east of Jerusalem
and f d?. a mile north of the Jerico
Y WASHINGTON, D.. Dec 31. R.
B. Stevens, manager of the Petrograd
btanch Of the National City Bank of
New 'York, which ' was seized by the
Petrpgrad government,', has 'been re
leased from custedy. .desDatchea from
iifnlster Francis' said yesterday.
While the American banker has been
released such Is not the case with oth
er 'bankers for despatches told of the
head of all private banks which were
raided by ; the - Bolshevik! being now
ncarcerated- In tne' prison of St.
Peters.-; : v'--.4- ".-.
Rfcuter despatches received in Lon
don said that there was a Peking re
port "of fighting at Irkutsk . in eastern
Siberia - between the regular troops,
the red guards, the Cossack and mili
tary cadet. ' The Ughting was said to
have1 been severe and 4o have lasted
fora Xeek' The town was said to be
oo!f Ire,' some parts already destroyed
and a large part of the population
sUrrlng. :v. -; ' .
LOOKS UKE.WAR DEPT.
: ; ::MADE: A BAD BREAK
' WASHINGTON. D. C Dec. 31. In-
yestlgatlon of the4 circumstances that
ea to ana surrouna me senaing of en
listed mea of tha ordnance depart-
meh to Raritan, New Jersey, for mo-
bulxatlonv ha been ordered by Sec
retary f War-Baker. .It Is disclosed
that men were, sent to this place as a
moblUxation base when. In jfact such
hase at that point existed on paper
only..' v.,'-," "' . . ,v - -;
i State . officials . and Raritan'a city
officials are cooperating to care for
the men' who have already been sent
thereat -?: - - . V
NOTED CITY ARCHITECT
DIES OF PNEUMONIA
ROCHESTER, N. ' T Dee. 31.
Charles Robinson, tho noted city plan
ner .vf ha made 'plans for the improve
ment or. tne city or .Honoiuiu, uenver,
Omaha,-Los' Angeles and nn-v
ether cities and who was considered
on of the leading : experts of the
worlds died yesterday at Albany, fall
ing avjetim! to pneumonia.
He waa.the organuer of the national
alliance vol civic, organization
r . . ia
Tr F.' D." .Miller. K. ha been ap
pointed chief justice of the high court
of -Judicature a Patna. In the place
of . Sir Edward Maynard dea Champs
rhawter.; Kt.' wh .hs wiCTed. t i
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT. THIRD
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii In Pro
bate At Chamber.
In the Matter of the Estate of Prank
G. Pedra, deceased.
Order of Notice of Petition for Allow-
ance of Accounts, Determining Trust
and Distributing the Estate.
On Reading and FHlog the Petition
and Account of John G. Pedra, Ad
ministrator of the estate of F, G.
Pedra. deceased, of Naalehu. Kau.
Island and County of Hawaii, wherein
petitioner asks to be allowed $372.87
and charged with 82000.00. and aaks
that the same bo examined and ap
proved, and that a final order be made
of distribution of the. remaining prop
erty to the persons thereto, entitled
and discharging petitioner and sure
ties from all further responsibility
It is ordered, that Wednesday, the
th day of February. A. D. 1918. at 10
o'clock a. m., before the Judge pre
siding at Chambers of said Court at
his Court Room in Kaflua, North
Kona. Hawaii, be and the same hereby
is appointed the time and place for
hearing said Petit'on and Accounts,
and that all persons interested may
then and there appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the same
should not be granted, uid may pre
sent evidence as to who are entitled
to the said property. And that notice
of this order, . be published in the
Honolulu Star-B'illetln. a newspaper
printed and published In said Hono
lulu, for three successive weeks, the
last publication to be not less than
two weeks previous to the time there
in appointed for said hearing.
Dated the 13th day of December,
(Signed) J. W. THOMPSON.
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Third
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
6970 Dec. 17, 24, 31, Jan. 7.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURt, FIRST
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii At
Chambers In Probate.
In the matter of. the Estate of Oliver
C. Swain, Deceased.
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given that letters
testamentary have been issued to Ha
waiian Trust Company, Limited, aa
executor of the will of Oliver C. Swain,
late of Stockton, California, deceased.
All creditor of said Oliver C. Swain
are hereby notified to present their
claims with proper vouchers or duly
authenticated copies thereof, even if
the claim is . secured by a mortgage
on real estate, to the said Hawaiian
Trust Company, Limited, at it office,
120 South King street, Honolulu, T. H.
within' six ; months from the date, of
first publication of this notice or they
will be forever barred.'' All persons
Indebted to the said Oliver C. Swain
are hereby . notified to make immedi
ate payment to the undersigned as
said executor. 6 : '
Dated, Honolulu, T. H- Dec 10, 1917.
HAWAIIAN TRUST CO- LTD,
Executor of the .Will-of Oliver C
-V kJ v aiil 47Vt?caove
FREAR, PROSSER, ANDERSON &
Attorneys for executor.
6964 Dec. 10, 17, 24 and 31. 1918; Jan.
v 7,. 1918.
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN
At 12 o'cock. nnon. Saturday. Janu
ary 5th, 1918, at the front door of the
Capitol Building, Honolulurthere will
b sold at nubile auction, the following
government property, situated at Wai-
1 School House
1 Teachers' Cottage
2 Redwood water tanks (large)
1 Redwood water tank (small)
Upset price for the above, 1125.
For further information, apply at
the office of the Commissioner of Pub
lic Lands, Capitol Building, Honolulo,
t. h. r.-.--;-. .4.
B. G. R1VENBURGH, :
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu,'
December 27, 1917.
6978-Dec. 27, 31; Jan. 4, 18.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
THE ARMY NATIONAL BANK OF
Notice is hereby "given that the
first regular - annual meeting of. the
shareholdera - of The . Army National
Bank of Schofleld Barracks- will . be
held at the bank building at Scho
fleld Barracks, City and County of
Honolulu, . Territory ..of Hawaii, on
Thursday. January 24, 1918. at
11 : o'clock a. m. ; for : the purpose of
electing directors for the ensuingyear
and for the transaction ofv such other
business as may be brought before
the meeting. "
O. N. TYLER,
6976 Dec 24, 31. Jan. .7. 14. 21. 1918.
OFFICE OF THE DEPARTMENT OF
Honolulu. Hawaii, Dec. 21. 1917.
All bills gainst the Department of
Public Instruction of the Territory of
Hawaii, incurred during, the present
biennial period beginning January 1,
1915, and ending December 31, 1917.
and remaining unpaid, must be for
warded to the office of the Depart
ment of Public Instruction, properly
made -out ton the regular forms, not
later than January 10, 1918, in order
to insure payment of same. -.:
IL W. KINNEY.
Superintendent of , Public Instruction.
( 6974 7t ' '
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' ., .- - - - , ' - ' .'
The annual meeting of the Sailors
Home Society will be held at the of
fice of the J. B- Atherton Estate, X.tL,
room 208,' Kaulkeolanl buflding, Mon
day, Dec 31. 1917, at 9 a, m. . , .
- - CHASJH,iATHERTON,;f
. - -. . '- li-Secretary...;.
v , ' ' 979-4iV;- -'- v'- ,
Island Headquarters In Czn Frcnclcso
MaktaUw4uk Oc '
CJtoiSU DteawSl: SNdmSUS
f -"- mmmwwm rawiii tin.;
Pure Cranberry Sauce
may now be enjoyed at all
seasons of the year.
GONSALVES & CO.T LTD.
MRS. BLATT '
formerly MacGregor & Blatt
112 Union SL
A large assortment of Ladles Hats
WONDER MILLINERY CO, LTD. !
1017 Nuuanu. near King
Most Complete Line of Chinese
FONG INN CO.
Honolulu's Leading Chlneae Curto
Store 1152 Nuuanu SU nr. PwW
O. D. UNIFORMS
Made to measure.
WW. AHANA A CO.
King, near Bethel
Home-made, appetizing y
every, week at
METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET
New, clean, white, sanitary
Vest Pocket .
IC O D A K S
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
1059 Fort St.
Natty, stylish, well-wearing Adlsr-
Clothea for Men.
THE CLARION- Hotel A Fort
Fiction, Standard Set, War Book.
x Books, for Children. '
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